The author has a concern here that the trend of two wheeler has changed a lot & that this practice will lead to the fatal accidents. But to point out that this already has begun a long time back.
I have pointed out this in the previous submissions that even the kids not yet reached to the respective age is driving which is again unlawful act but is happening. This is pitiful that even the parents allow them to go out with the bike.
About the making of these, I would say that if where there is a demand & there would be the supply as well. So, the company finds this profitable then they will keep on adding the numbers. But it's the responsibility of the users to drive safely while at the same time follow traffic rules.
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Honesty is the best policy.
In the market some racing vehicles get popularity just because of the associated thrill and fun. Rich and young go for it creating noise pollution and threat for the gullible citizens.
Frankly speaking police should stop them and if required consificate such noise creating machines and these people should be asked to use them in the designated racing tracks or areas only.
Until unless these regulations are strictly put up by the monitoring authorities this menace will hover on our heads.
Knowledge is power.
Imagine a youth or an youngster, full of energy and haveing friends, it would be natural for him to show-off. Then we have bikes that have real power and can zoom and zig-zag at high speeds. Put this combination on the dangerous roads of many Indian cities (pot-holes, dug-up places, errrant traffic, jaywalkers, animals etc) it is bound to be catastrophic. Every day in the papers and news we read and hear about young lives lost on the streets and also pedestrians who get caught at the wrong time. With such bikes racing around other two wheelers or cars or even pedestrians, accidents are more likely.
Yes, the modern bikes are a danger to the road users and the bike users too. I wish, the parents repeated educate the youth and the teenagers about the dangers of over speeding on powerful bikes.